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Pollen is a podcast for Creative Entrepreneurs - just like you! I’m Diana, a multi-passionate creative business coach and the founder of Diana Davis Creative. On this show, we’re serving you a little woo with a healthy dose of strategy to support you on your entrepreneurial journey. After running a six-figure photography business and experiencing major burn-out, I decided to ditch the hustle and do things my way. This show is the place to turn to for all of the best tips for running your suc ...
 
Yoga Meets Movement Science takes a science-based look at many of the common questions, myths, and controversies that arise in the realms of yoga, movement, and fitness. Join yoga teacher and educator Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor and longtime yogi Travis Pollen on this crash course, where the worlds of yoga and movement science collide!
 
The value of the honey bee in cross pollinating the flowers of fruit trees makes it desirable that exact information be available concerning the actions of the bee when gathering and manipulating the pollen. The results recorded in this manuscript are also of value as studies in the behavior of the bee and will prove interesting and valuable to the bee keeper. The work here recorded was done by Dr. Casteel during the summers of 1911 and 1912. (Summary from introduction of manuscript)
 
Ready to take charge of your health—mind, body, and spirit? Join us as we chat with leading experts on everything Ayurveda—from time-tested Ayurvedic basics to modern topics not found in the ancient texts. Topics include seasonal pollen, food sensitivities, immunity, bone and joint health, women’s health, men’s health, mind and memory, sleep, stress, and so much more. No one-size-fits-all diets here. It’s all about you. Find your personalized path to wellness.
 
Welcome to Slow Japanese! Slow Japanese is a podcast for beginner Japanese learners (A1-B1). As the program name shows, in this podcast, project founder Akari talks about various topics in slow Japanese. Listen to this slow & easy Japanese, and grow your ears into "Japanese ears". Start speaking Japanese from today! Additional materials for each episode can be viewed & downloaded on the website. Don't forget to visit mochifika.com! Support me: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TuEBVz3
 
Everyday Emmaus is a podcast dedicated to helping you learn to listen to the works of God's hands. The objects all around us are not silent. All creation testifies to its Creator. As we develop the habit of "faithful observation" we will hear echoes in the world around us of the same testimony we find in the pages of Scripture. Each episode will explore one facet of God's amazing creation, in an attempt to "hear" what it declares.
 
Principle of Hospitality (POH) saw a gap in Australia’s hospitality industry — with a growing need to keep abreast of the latest trends and innovations, as well as the changing needs of consumers, it was clear our hospitality heroes could benefit from a stronger support network. POH is a shared learning space where industry-only people can impart wisdom and inspire each other through storytelling, with a strong focus on facilitating collaboration. They are here to disrupt current perceptions ...
 
Medicine Girl explores ways to heal your body from the root cause, igniting your inner healer to cure from any disease state. Topics include plant medicine, journey work, sound therapy, crystal therapy, divine nutrition, nature grounding, and connecting with mother earth to transcend to a state of ultimate wellness To find me and learn more about healing yourself from the innermost root without toxic pharmaceuticals and work one on one with a medical professional check out the links below: h ...
 
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2 Men 1 Mic

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2 Men 1 Mic

Tavarus Hogans, Marc Dickerson

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The 2 Men 1 Mic Podcast is a monthly podcast that drops the 2nd of every month and is simply a conversation between 2 men about topics that often come up during ones journey through life. Conversations that began as the formulating foundation of a friendship are now being shared with the world in the form of digital audio. Marc Dickerson and Tavarus Hogans discuss a rich, wide range of topics including but not limited to “Communication”, “Entrepreneurship”, “Marriage”, “Fear”, “Mentorship”, ...
 
Welcome to your regular glimpse into the business of mobile games. Now introducing season 2, featuring more interviews with games industry experts! Your hosts are the insiders at PocketGamer.biz, the top B2B site for the mobile games industry. It covers the people, technology and deals that drive this multi-billion dollar sector. In our ongoing podcast, you’ll hear the editorial team and their guests dive into the topics and themes at the forefront of the industry. You’ll get unique insight ...
 
Hosted by Rasta Jeff of Irie Genetics, The Grow From Your Heart Podcast is your source for cannabis news, education and conversation. If you’re a new grower or a professional grower, a new smoker or dedicated dabber, if you’re a cannabis activist or someone who is just curious about the current state of cannabis, this is the podcast for you! Join us for cannabis conversations and grow lessons from some of the most experienced cannabis breeders, ganja growers, extract artists and cannabis ind ...
 
In each new season, the bioscience team at azcentral.com examines a new element of scientific research to show you what it means for how we live today. Season one is all about “weird science.” You’ll find fish that swim in the desert, tiny insects in cage matches and robots that talk to plants. It all sounds pretty strange. But behind some of their weirdest scientific experiments, researchers are learning some things that are life-and-death serious. The changing climate, the future of degene ...
 
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Dr. Robert Pastore, PhD, CNS

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Join Dr. Robert Pastore and his co-host Lexie (@lexircise) as they discuss and clarify nutritional and neurochemical science. Dr. Pastore is also joined by guests from backgrounds of all types – from all-star athletes, to top trainers and coaches, to scientists and researchers - and dives deeply into the science behind optimizing performance and longevity. Dr. Pastore is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and holds an MS in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University and a Ph.D. in Biome ...
 
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Postcard From The Past and Wardour Studios

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In each episode of PODCAST FROM THE PAST, Tom Jackson - who curates the hugely popular twitter feed and book Postcard From The Past - welcomes to the studio two guests, each armed with old postcards they couldn’t bear to throw away. Together, in funny, human and sometimes moving conversations, they explore the memories, mysteries and stories held by those postcards. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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BUZZ Pollen Nation, 9min., USA, Documentary Directed by Mike Machian Bombus occidentalis, the Western Bumblebee, was one of the most common species found in the western US. Since the late 90’s, this species has experienced steep decline. Kellie Hayden volunteers her time to help track and conserve native bumblebee species. From Mike Machian: I had …
 
We’re capping off our three-part Summit Retreat series with reflections from our last few Summit Retreat attendees at Steamboat Springs, Colorado! In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, we discuss final reflections, experiences, and takeaways from the retreat. Alyssa, Katie, Tiffany, Tori, and Haley reflect on their favorite parts of the summit, th…
 
Christine Noronha, research scientist at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Charlottetown, P.E.I., is preparing canola farmers for pollen beetle. The invasive pest, which causes a lot of yield loss in Europe, has been in Atlantic Canada for decades and climate change could make the Prairies more hospitable. Listen to the end when host Jay Whetter …
 
It’s winter time and sure as the sky is blue (or grey – as the case may be), there will be many dead colonies out there next spring. If not in as early as in the few weeks. Winter kills in the US are running something like 40+% right now. A winter killed colony is a time, financial and frustrating thief of bees and honey and equipment. In today’s e…
 
Ep 219 - Rebuilding a pub to be magical again Rebecca Feingold from Goldy's Tavern Goldy’s is a pub where your new best friend sits waiting, this is the pub where long-lasting friendships are forged. This is Goldy’s! and it’s magical. This week we talk with Rebecca Feingold about her amazing career in the hospitality industry, coming from a marketi…
 
Merle and Lee reflect on the past 100 episodes of the podcast. They outline some of their plans for the podcast moving forward, share some of their own research projects, consider how Covid has affected academic life (and the podcast’s development), and discuss their respective disease courses this semester and how those relate to the podcast so fa…
 
SPOONS, 3min., USA, Comedy Directed by Daniel Young Spoons. What more is there to say? https://instagram.com/skinnyguyproductions From Daniel Young: “Spoons” was an incredible script to read. Ed and I had been looking to collaborate again before we had officially teamed up, and it just all came together. I wanted to do fun, and strange in a way peo…
 
PIT & PENDULUM, 27min., Canada, Drama/Horror Directed by J. Aldric Gaudet It is the terrorizing story of a person sentenced to death who becomes the plaything of their jailers. They are sent walking through a dark room in hopes they will fall into a pit. When that doesn’t happen they are tied down on a table to watch the painfully slow descent of a…
 
QUEER MONGOL, 16min., USA, Documentary Directed by Brandt Miller Queer Mongol follows four characters over the course of Mongolia’s LGBTQ+ Pride Festival, who embody a diversity of gender and sexual identities. The film is a meditation on queerness in the non-west and a nuanced glimpse into a nascent movement on the Central Asian Steppe. From Brand…
 
WE’RE NOT GOING BACK!, 79min., USA, Documentary Directed by Pamela Torrance Pro-choice documentary film to promote awareness of what’s at stake before and now that Roe v Wade has been overturned. https://torranceproductions.com/were-not-going-back https://www.facebook.com/RoeRoeRoeYourVote https://www.instagram.com/roeroeroeyourvote/ From Pamela To…
 
Yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen are joined by the legendary Paul Ingraham, owner and operator of www.PainScience.com, to discuss the connection between yoga and low back pain. Points of discussion include: How and why pain is weird What’s the difference between acute, chronic, and persistent pain? When back …
 
The hawthorns (Crataegus spp.) are in intriguing group of small trees. They are members of a genus that has sparked plenty of controversy and debate among taxonomists for decades and it doesn't appear to be slowing down any time soon. Regardless of the confusion they cause, there is no denying that hawthorns are as beautiful as they are ecologicall…
 
BLOOD BUDDIES, 12min., Canada, Drama Directed by Suzanne Marie Moreau A friend in need is a friend indeed – or are they? Two best childhood friends go to their first summer camp together – and it tears them apart. From the filmmaker: I felt motivated to tell the female experience of puberty including that momentous occasion, a first period, since i…
 
BLACK KNIGHT SATELLITE, 88min., USA, Documentary Directed by Melissa Tittl Award Winning executive producer and director Melissa Tittl follows Best-selling author and entrepreneur, Billy Carson as he uncovers the truth coming from an unknown signal. Carson has spent most of his life studying the unseen to uncover why humanity is here and where we c…
 
THE DEAD THAT LIVE, 9min., USA, Drama/Horror Directed by Mark Oguschewitz A lonely zombie must fight for his life during the zombie apocalypse From the filmmaker: Writer/Producer Mario Mabe brought me the 7-page script and I immediately fell in love with the last page and a half. This is where the script turned into something different – it showed …
 
LILI, 15min., Puerto Rico, Drama/Thriller Directed by Brian Rios A father and daughter must cross the border in order to find a better life, but the daughter cannot speak. From filmmaker Brian Rios: My main motivation was to humanize and make people feel empathy for the immigrants coming into America, especially the children that were being separat…
 
On today’s show, Kim and Jim discuss the most common ‘complaint’ a beekeeper who sells honey encounters. This is true whether you are selling from the back of your truck, at a roadside stand or even a local farmer’s market. What do you tell your customer who brings you or asks you about granulated honey in the jar? How you answer this may make the …
 
Ep 218 - Celebrating 20 years of StreetSmart & Dine Smart helping those in need with Geoff Hills & Cynthia MacCaddon Unfortunately, on any given night across Australia, more than 116,000 people are homeless, and we know as a society that everyone should have a safe and secure place to call home. Over the last 20 years, StreetSmart has supported pro…
 
In this episode of Two Bees in a Podcast, released on November 23, 2022, Dr. Jamie Ellis and Amy Vu speak with Rosanna Punko, an Apiculture Inspector for the Bee Health Assurance Team in Alberta, Canada on Nosema management of indoor and outdoor overwintering of colonies. This episode concludes with a Q&A segment. Check out our website ufhoneybee.c…
 
PULLING THE GOALIE, 23min., USA, Drama Directed by Hiag Avsharian Avsharian has cleverly framed his film about male infertility from a conventionally male perspective using hockey as a metaphor to provide both context and levity. Sport provides an immediate connection to an uncomfortable and embarrassing topic with both situations and language that…
 
FIGURES, 20min., Canada, Action Directed by Jamie Hegland, Jade Yurich A Special Forces officer turned crime syndicate operative uncovers the site of a drop being conducted by one of the world’s most dangerous, underground criminal organizations. With his syndicate’s mission of eradicating this rival organization, he infiltrates the drop site in an…
 
THE AFTERMATH, 7min., USA, Poem Directed by LaChelle Joy Hunt LaChelle Hunt’s “The Aftermath”, is a moody Common Era drama atop the windy seaside hills of Point Reyes. Evelyn arrives in California in 1912 after traveling across America to pursue her dreams once shared with another. She deals with being alone on this journey and looks through her da…
 
Today, we’ve invited Steven Coy back to the how to provide an update on the Chinese Tallow tree and efforts to eliminate them. Chinese Tallow was brought to the USA in the 1700’s as an ornamental. They have very successfully invaded much of the Southeast US, and are moving north and west at a slow but steady rate. USDA-APHIS has declared them invas…
 
This episode: Bacteria can use blobs of disordered proteins to quickly adapt to new conditions! Thanks to Dr. Saumya Saurabh for his contribution! Download Episode (10.9 MB, 15.9 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Drosophila melanogaster Micropia virus Takeaways Bacteria can adapt to environmental fluctuations via mechanisms operating at …
 
For seagrasses, living life underwater comes with a lot of unique challenges, not the least of which is pollination. This is especially true when you consider the fact that their flowers are both ephemeral and borne submerged. Figuring out the means by which seagrasses reproduce is important to their conversation and restoration, but was largely un…
 
Getting clients is hard work. But what do you do when no one seems to be coming through? Perhaps the problem lies in your foundation — there could be cracks that are preventing potential clients from aligning with you and your offers. It all goes back to you realigning with your why. Why are you doing what you’re doing? Why does it all matter? Once…
 
REFUGIO, 9min., Bolivia, Documentary Directed by Rebecca Basaure Sergio, a 27 year old environmental engineer, veterinary student and environmental activist in Bolivia makes it his life’s mission to save animals and the vulnerable ecosystems we depend on. His journey takes us to Senda Verde, an animal refuge in the jungle with over 900 wild animals…
 
HAPPY 4 U, 9min., USA, Comedy Directed by Shannon Coffey - https://www.instagram.com/coffey/ happy 4 u is a short film that explores the dynamics of a latinx friend group navigating the entertainment industry that demands competition and tries to diminish community. From Nikki Osborne - https://instagram.com/nikki0h The #1 motivating factor was a t…
 
Honey Bee Obscura celebrates its 100th episode with this release! Jim Tew and Kim Flottum invite, Beekeeping Today Podcast’s Jeff Ott to join them to take a look at 5,000 years of beekeeping history, sorting out some of the highlights, discoveries, and mistakes, along with some of the people behind it all. Come along as we go from bees in trees, sk…
 
Ep 217 - John Rivera from Kariton Sorbetes on Making Filipino Gelato that blows people away This week Kay Lene Tan sits down with John Rivera, a Filipino-born Australian chef better known now for his very successful gelato business, Kariton Sorbetes. He’s been in the hospitality industry since he was 18 and has worked at some of Australia’s best re…
 
Roy Maki leads a project at Olds College of Agriculture & Technology to study synchronous operation of two field machines – one autonomous, one not – working together doing the same job following the same map. Maki describes to host Jay Whetter the field-scale seeding and spraying project, and how one person can run two machines.…
 
A PLACE TO HIDE, 11min., USA, Drama Directed by Eámonn Wrightstone Charlie and his mother, Laura, are on the brink of poverty, living out of a motel room they rent monthly. His mother, in late-stage dementia, requires constant care; leaving him unable to work. Receiving no help from his absent father, Charlie resorts to sex work at night to get the…
 
THE LOVE SONGS OF OEDIPUS REX, 21min., Canada, Documentary Directed by Luke Sargent Documentary about musician Benjamin Hackman (The Holy Gasp) processing personal loss and heartbreak, through creating a massive concept album. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3303039/?ref_=fn_al_nm_2 From the filmmaker: Filming was a pleasure, but also a real challenge …
 
Yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen discuss helpful tips for how to discern whether or not to trust a source of information in the yoga, fitness, and rehab worlds. Points of discussion include: Concrete tips for how to think more scientifically Jenni and Travis’ personal experiences with being taught misinformat…
 
MATCH DAY, 14min., USA, Family Directed by Clay Randel After watching her favorite team lose in dramatic fashion, a young soccer fan must navigate the stages of loss with the help of her recently divorced father. http://www.clayrandel.com/matchday https://www.instagram.com/clay.film.foto/ From Clay Randel: Two years ago the sports world paused whil…
 
BLURRED LINES, 12min,. UK, Recreation Directed by Corry Raymond As musician Robin Thicke reaches fame and critical acclaim for his hit record Blurred lines, he is sued by the Marvin Gaye family estate who claim he stole the song. https://www.corryraymond.com/blurred-lines https://www.instagram.com/blurredlinesmovie/ From Corry Raymond: The biggest …
 
On today’s show, Jeff talks with Rory Hu, the $10,000 winner of the Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science MASTERS® Scholarship for middle school students. MASTERS is an acronym for Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars. Rory’s research is titled “The Effects of Pesticides, Caffeine and Tea Polyphenols on the Visua…
 
こんにちは、あかりです。今日(きょう)から数回(すうかい)、おすすめの日本のバンドについて話(はな)します! Usage of Slow Japanese: STEP 1. Listen to the episode without seeing scripts. STEP 2. Go to mochifika.com/podcast/ and check "Key vocabularies of this episode", and listen again to the episode while seeing the list. STEP 3. Check the whole script, it'll fill the gap in your understanding. 👉Supp…
 
I am a big fan of the "grow it to know it" philosophy. Growing plants provides so many important insights into the botanical world. However, for so many of us, figuring out where to start can be daunting. Botany, after all, is a massive subject. That is where books like "A Gardener's Guide to Botany" factor in. Dr. Scott Zona returns to the podcast…
 
In this episode of the Medicine Girl Podcast, Robin Stebbins interviews the amazing Dr. Fernanda Durlene. Dr Fe graduated from the University of California in Irvine with a B.A and received her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from South Baylo University. She has completed her Doctorate degree from the Pacific College of Oriental Medici…
 
Helen Rhee (Westmont College) joins the Infectious Historians to discuss her work on illness, pain and healthcare in early Christianity. The conversation begins with an overview of medicine in Greco-Roman antiquity, and transitions from there to survey health and illness in the Hebrew Bible before moving on to early Christian times. The topics cove…
 
WONDER WHEEL, 11min., USA, Drama Directed by Caleb John Cushing A couple goes on a date at an amusement park. From Caleb John Cushing: There was a really quick turnaround from inception to execution to editing. Probably 6 weeks overall. I first pitched the idea to my creative partner Joshua Ster in my living room, and whenever I can make him laugh …
 
ONE ON ONE, 5min., USA, Drama Directed by Jack Wolf Perry A fierce acting coach uses intense techniques to get a performance out of his shy new student. From Jack Wolf Perry: The full process took about 3 weeks. The filmmaking class had about one week to write, one week of production where each director got one day dedicated to their film, and then…
 
NEIN FRIENDS, 14min., USA, Drama Directed by Lily Micheline Kaplan A college junior’s patience, courage, and perception are challenged at a surprise birthday dinner, attended by an assortment of nine odd guests, but nein friends. From Lily: I wrote the first draft of Nein Friends in November in my screenwriting class at Northwestern and hoped to su…
 
People often depict being a creative entrepreneur and running your own business as all rainbows and butterflies. We know the reality is far from a walk in the park — and just how easy it is to get caught up in unrealistic expectations. This hustle mentality pulls you away from the reason you started doing what you do. So what is your why? It’s time…
 
Winter tends to have a bit more time inside than outside and one way to spend that time inside is to catch up on your reading. Jim and Kim talk a bit about the books they read, the authors and publishers they like and where they get the books they read all winter. Along with the new books, they have their preferred “old standby” books they rely on …
 
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